NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- It was a double homicide case with an 18-month-old boy who saw it all and the female victim, pregnant.
It was a case rocking North Little Rock back in early May. Authorities say they're missing one final piece that they feel someone out there can fill in.
We had a chance Tuesday to speak with one of the lead investigators on this case. Michael Bryant is with the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office and he says right now they feel like they have promising information leading to an arrest; they just need someone out there to firm that up.
Investigator Michael Bryant drives us to a former crime scene Tuesday, and one still rattling him almost two months later.
"This case is on my mind every day, every day even when I leave work it's on my mind," Bryant said.
And once we get there, the day of the crime in North Little Rock's Crystal Hill Neighborhood was still fresh for Bryant.
"My first steps up on the scene, it was tragic," Bryant said.
Inside the Reed Road home May 6th, authorities found the bodies of 27-year-old Herman Anthony Hill and his pregnant girlfriend, 24-year-old Alexis Crawford. Crawford's 18-month-old boy was present during the shootings but never hurt.
"The leads have become scarce as of here lately and we're just asking anybody with any information to have a heart and come forward," Bryant said.
Bryant says authorities have an idea of who's behind this case after combing the victims backgrounds the past two months. They just need someone to corroborate what they have.
"There's still that one person that can confirm our speculations," Bryant said.
We're told that no one's lived at this place since the double homicide back in early May. While out here Tuesday, we found a For Sale sign lying on the driveway. We called the contact and it was one of the victim's brothers, who confirmed that he's trying to sell this place and he'd only say off-camera that he's frustrated with the investigation's progress so far.
Bryant says he's not giving up.
"I'll be back at it until somebody is held accountable, whether it's Wednesday or Thursday, the investigation won't stop" Bryant said.
Bryant says the case especially tugged at this heart with the pregnant woman found dead in the home. Authorities say her baby did not make it.
As always if you have any information, call the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office. The tip line is (501) 340-TIPS.